About the Provider

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  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington (License #: LH61033109) 

  • Approved clinical supervisor in Washington.

  • Mental Health Professional,  Ethnic Minority Mental Health Specialist certificated by Washington State Department of Health

Erjing provides individual therapy to clients; clinical supervision, and peer consultation to mental health professionals and paraprofessionals.

She also offers talks, workshops, and training for schools, agencies, and communities. 

Selected Professional Roles/Experiences 
  • Adult mental health therapist for OCD/Anxiety and Depression at Rogers Behavioral Health 

  • Vice-president for OCD Washington, an official affiliate of the International OCD Foundation.

  • RYT 200 hours Certified Yoga Instructor

  • Past Mental health therapist at Asian Counseling and Referral Service

  • Clinical training from OCD Institute at McLean Hospital, a psychiatric affiliate of Harvard Medical School

  • Past Researcher for Asian American College Student Mental Health 

  • Past COVID-19 hotline volunteer and administrator for Yong Xin Kang Yi (See New York Times's coverage)

  • Past founder and organizer of Psychology immersion Camp for pre-college students

Selected Certification and Trainings
Education

  • Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Boston College

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Political Science from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana (graduated with Honor)

  • The Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) Model presented by the David A. Jobes, Ph.D. (April, 2022)

  • Advanced Empathy Training by co-founder Dr. Robert Elliott (2021)

  • Sexual Assault Therapist certified 2020

  • Emotional Focused Therapy (EFT) Level II, by founder Dr. Les Greenberg

  • Mastering ACT III certification by Robyn Walser, Ph.D. 2019

  • Emotional Focused Therapy (EFT) Level 1 certification by co-founder Dr. Robert Elliott. 2019

  • Ethnic Minority Mental Health specialist 2019 

  • Mental Health Professional 2019 

  • APA (American psychological association) Minority Fellowship award, 2017

Selected Talks and Publicity Links

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  • Cui, E. (2022, November). Professional Networking Event for Providers of Color. OCD Online Conference 2022.

  • Cui, E. (2022, November). People of Color Support Group for OCD. OCD Online Conference 2022.

  • Cui, E. (2022, July). People of Color Support Group for OCD. OCD Conference 2022.

  • Cui, E. (2022 March). “我有强迫症”- 强迫症的四个误区 - Four Myths about OCD. " OCD Washington. (video 1)

  • Cui, E., et al. (2021, November). Diversity Roundtable: Diversity in Action. IOCDF OCD Foundation. (video 2)

  • Cui, E. (2021, Fall). Providing Culturally Competent OCD Treatment for Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders. OCD Newsletter, Volume 35, Number 3. International OCD Foundation. 

  • Cui,E., Morse, S., Mostoufi, S. (2021, July). Barriers and Bias: Cultural Competence in the treatment of OCD.  IOCDF OCD Conference 2021

  • Cui, E., De Leon, C., Xie, L., Sze, R. (2020, December). How to Recognize and Support My Child Experiencing Depression. Presented at Mental Health Forum Series, Bellevue School District, Bellevue, WA. (video 3)

  • Cui, E., Wang, L., Yung, H., Xie, L., Wang, M., Ho, J. (2020, June). Family Wellness Forum for Mandarin Family in Bellevue School District. Presented at, Bellevue School District, Bellevue, WA.

  • Cui, E. (2020, April). Coping with COVID. 疫情下的心理健康. Bilingual presentation for Denise Louie Education Center, Seattle WA.

Media Involvement/Coverage
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